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The leading authority on the British Caribbean and the Civil War is Kenneth Blume. See, for example, Kenneth Blume, 'The Flight from the Flag: The American Government, the British Caribbean and the American Merchant Marine, 1861-1865," _Civil War History_ 32, (1986) Kenneth Blume, 'Coal & Diplomacy in the British Caribbean during the Civil War,' _Civil War History_, 41 (1995), 116-141. Recent, general literature would include... R.J..Blackett, _Divided Hearts: Britain & the American Civil War_ (Baton Rouge, 2001) Duncan Andrew Campbell. _English Public Opinion and the American Civil War_. (Royal Historical Society Series. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press 2003). There are a lot of useful documents covering the Caribbean in the _Official Naval Records_ Cheers, Gervase Phillips, Principal Lecturer in History, Manchester Metropolitan University, G.Phillips@mmu.ac.uk Before acting on this email or opening any attachments you should read the Manchester Metropolitan University's email disclaimer available on its website http://www.mmu.ac.uk/emaildisclaimer